La Verne football has taken huge strides to make this season one to remember as three additional coaches were welcomed to ULV. Although they are new to the Leopards coaching staff, they are not new to the game of football.
The 1999 La Verne football campaign is going well. The team is 2-0, and has outscored its opponents 80-3. With such tremendous success on the field, it is easy to overlook the fact that on the sidelines, five new coaches are helping to steer this team toward its goals.
With the recent resignation of legendary head football coach Lou Holtz from Notre Dame, an important question is raised among sports enthusiasts: Is an era of football coaches dedicated to teaching players over?
Fall is finally here. The smell of fresh cut grass, and the hint of a slight breeze can only mean one thing-it is perfect weather for football. But according to head football coach Don Morel, the weather is the last thing on the Leopards' minds.
A baptism by fire is what Football Coach Don Morel is hoping tomorrow’s first football game of the season will not be. But going against the large defensive line of Chapman University may be what the University of La Verne needs to have another winning season.
Snug up against the foothills, in the middle of suburban neighborhoods, the cobblestone Rubel Castle, operated by the Glendora Historical Society, continues to carry on one man’s dream of never growing up by offering tours.
The University of La Verne has named Kathy Duncan, professor of management, as the interim dean for the University of La Verne College of Health and Community Well-Being. Duncan will take the helm on Jan. 1.
Allyson Brantley delivered a presentation titled “Which Roads Lead to an HSI? The Palomares Colonia, Demographic Shifts, & the Transformation of the University of La Verne” before about 35 community members Nov. 26 in Quay Davis Executive Boardroom, with some joining on Zoom.